Call us crazy, but when we spend leisurely time like attending the country’s most-famed music festival, we like to do it in style. Tomorrow will kick off the first day of the two-weekend Coachella Music and Arts Festival, and before you take on the sweltering spring sun and balmy Palm Desert weather, we want to introduce you to your home away from home.
Cascading across 13 acres and featuring 144 rooms including 12 villas and a two-bedroom house (that once belonged to Gene Autry), The Parker Palm Springs Estate is a monumental stay for those who want to enjoy Coachella before and after the music.
Rich in luxurious amenities like the Palm Spring Yacht Club Spa that offers just about anything from a sea weed wrap to your own tailored massage, the estate also sets the stage for now one, but three separate restaurants.
Transcend into the romantically lit French Bistro of Mister Parker’s or Norma’s, or grad a refreshing bite and cocktail and the Lemonade Stand, and all before you see the epic headliners Coachella Music Festival has awaiting.
And if you don’t happen to go to the festival, simply enjoy the estate’s yoga class, four red clay tennis courts and grounds filled with croquet, petanque, outdoor firepits, fountains and hammocks. Welcome home.
To learn more, visit www.theparkerpalmsprings.com